• 81°

Back to school 2016: North Hills Christian School starts Aug. 17

SALISBURY — North Hills Christian School, 2970 W. Innes St., will hold its orientation on Monday. The first day of school will be Wednesday, Aug. 17.

With the introduction of Singapore math and​ the Institute for Excellence in Writing​ last school year, both math and reading results made significant improvements with both scores 26 points higher than the national average.

North Hills has added a drama program and expanded and upgraded our Latin program.

North Hills is celebrating its 50th year with special events throughout the year. Anyone that attended North Hills should follow our 50th-year Facebook page to keep informed of the events happening on campus.

The school will hold its annual I.M.P.A.C.T. event on April 6, 2017, and will focus on the value of Christian education and how North Hills has changed the world, one student at a time over the last 50 years. Former Board members, faculty and alumni will speak at the event.

North Hills Christian School is a non-denominational college-preparatory Christian day school serving students in junior kindergarten through 12th grade. It is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, a division of AdvancEd, and by the Association of Christian Schools International, an internationally respected organization that is recognized by the North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education.

Comments

Nation/World

Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Trump-Russia probe review

Nation/World

Tropical Storm Josephine closer to land in busy Atlantic hurricane season

Elections

Post Office warns states about mail voting

Coronavirus

UNC-Chapel Hill sees two COVID outbreaks in reopened dorms

Education

All three school board seats contested as filing closes

Coronavirus

Spencer nursing home has COVID-19 outbreak

Crime

Blotter: Arrest made in connection with Kannapolis shooting incident

Crime

Sheriff’s office: Man faces weapons charge after fleeing traffic stop

News

Forest abandons lawsuit challenging Cooper executive orders

Crime

Update: Funeral held for boy, 5, who was fatally shot in Wilson

Education

Salisbury-Rowan NAACP hosts virtual town hall with superintendent

Nation/World

Crews try to tame California wildfire as heat wave arrives

Coronavirus

Nursing home outbreak first reported last week sees first COVID-19 death

Coronavirus

1,400 face masks given out at county’s drive-thru giveaway

Crime

Blotter: August 14

Business

With more than 1,500 patrons in two weeks, High Rock Lake restaurant gets off to hot start

Business

State awards $584,100 grant to Three Rivers Land Trust for farmland preservation in Cabarrus County

Crime

Teen faces laundry list of charges after string of larcenies

Crime

Salisbury man faces charges after trying to retrieve phone from police

Crime

Police: Father hospitalized after being shot in argument with son

Education

RSS teachers adapting classrooms to the pandemic

Education

Shoutouts

Coronavirus

County launches paramedic program for those recovering COVID-19

Education

Cooper directs $95.6 million for students affected by COVID-19